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Dem v. Dem: Tweeting to Victory

by Matt Metzner, published

Several State Legislative and Congressional Districts in California will see a race between two candidates of the Democratic Party this November. Voters in these districts will have to consider the person rather than the party. Candidates campaigning for a seat, subsequently, are not facing an easy win because they are challenged with proving they are the better choice within the same party.

Many candidates are achieving a following by tweeting about the issues most important to them. To those that choose to do so, following the candidates on Twitter is another way to learn more about where your candidates stand on the important issues in your district and which organizations or individuals are actively supporting them.

The Twitter timelines below are composed of tweets by candidates in districts that will put a Democrat against a Democrat.


Congressional Districts with a Dem v. Dem

CD 15: Stark v. Swalwell

CD 30: Berman v. Sherman

CD 35: Baca v. Negrete-McLeod

CD 40: Roybal-Allard v. Sanchez

CD 43: Flores v. Waters

CD 44: Richardson v. Hahn

Tweets from @dawes_ian/congressional-dem-v-dem


Senate Districts with a Dem v. Dem

SD13: Hill v. Lieber SD 15: Coto v. Beall

Tweets from @dawes_ian/senate-dem-v-dem //


Assembly Districts with a Dem v. Dem

AD 2: Chesbro v. Lynch

AD 10: Allen v. Levine

AD 18: Bonta v. Guillen

AD 19: Breyer v. Ting

AD 20: Ong v. Quirk

AD 39: Bocanegra v. Alarcon

AD 47: Brown v. Baca

AD 50: Butler v. Bloom

AD 51: Gomez v. Lopez

AD 59: Jones-Sawyer v. Robinson

AD 62: Bradford v. Evans

Tweets from @dawes_ian/assembly-dem-v-dem //

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